Alison Cain (2010) - Mental Hygiene Legal Service - Mineola, NY
Allison Dersch (2010) - Fair Housing Justice Center - New York, NY
Christina Gaudio (2010) - Lawyers for Children, Inc. - New York, NY
Towanna Headley (2010) - New York City Department of Consumer Affairs - New York, NY
Jessica Horowitz (2009) - New York City Legal Aid Society - Juvenile Rights Division - Brooklyn, NY
Natalie Khalatov-Krimnus - (2009) - New York City Legal Aid Society - Kathryn A. McDonald Education Advocacy Project of the Juvenile Rights Division - New York, NY
John Leschak (2010) - New Jersey Immigration Policy Network - Newark, NJ
Jennifer Riley (2010) - Equal Justice Alliance - Forest Hills, NY
Ana Rosario (2010) - New York City Legal Aid Society - Criminal Defense Division - New York, NYThe Charles H. Revson Foundation offers the Law Students Public Interest (LSPIN) Fellowship Program each summer. The LSPIN Fellowship Program provides summer grants for first- and second-year law students attending law school in New York and New Jersey to work with public interest organizations in the New York metropolitan area (New York City, Long Island, Rockland and Westchester counties in New York as well as certain counties in New Jersey). The 2008 Fellows will each receive a $4,500 stipend. LSPIN applications are due in mid-November and the recipients are notified during the spring semester.
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The Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University is located 40 minutes from New York City in suburban Long Island. Hofstra Law is home to nearly 1,100 students, an alumni base of more than 10,300 members and a distinguished full-time faculty of 50 professors and approximately 80 adjunct professors, including many scholars recognized as national and international experts in their field. The law school is part of Hofstra University and is fully accredited by the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association.